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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 19 November 1896

si n P M IilJ ON mm Out itock in quantity and quality is unexcelled There are no two sides to the queitlon of our prices Theyre the lowest on furnishing goods Just drop in and see for yourself Lots of oods constanllyfcdming and going Tailoring Cleaning and pressing D Stinard 4MIK STREET MtHTINE NORTHWESTERN Leader LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HITT Kneelakd Props Barn located on the east side of town First class rigs and careful drivers Good accommodation for feed- ingaud stabling C M SAGESER IONS0RIAL ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shop in the Moses building flOT AND UOLB MHS Valentine Nebr O W Morey WATOHMAKER JEWELER iDiamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry -Silverware -Spectacles and Musical Instruments Valentine Nehrmsha A Dandy Thing to Sell 1 have been doing so well this summer -selling oomjHtmtfpa dippers that I think It my duty to tell other about it I have not made as much money as iome I read about but I never make loss than S3 andioften 85 a day The dipper can be used as a fruit JacjU...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 26 November 1896

X V i N ft - y t THE VALENr VOL XI THIS AND THAT CmiT4 Events ThsiJkiftivtoE Nojr 26 Wcdiwu TcacbvTS Assodatloe Nov 28 WJS Powers sof Pierce was in town -Sunday f iHoUday trade svlU soon commence picking up -Frank Todd of Eotebud was in Um yesterday RobertjQuisenberry was up from Oasis yeCerday Wood is a pretty scarce article in Valentine just now Miss Dickson of Rosebud la regis tered at The Douoher A 8 Chamberlain of Whitman -was in town Saturday JT B McKeever was over from the artesian well Saturday F VI Whittecar spent Sunday with Jils family at Ainsworth i Mrs J C Northrop wejtfto Omaha Monday morniug Cor a short stay Miks Mary Dix of Lavaoa is visit ing with her sister Mrs J W Steele 0 H Cornell returned from his trip to Omaha aud Graud Island Sunday Bight It Ls as we thought Prof Berkley -wants to be Aiusworths next post--master Save the pennies by doing your Christmas bhopiiDgat Davenport Touchers John 8teinbrecher sold a carload of wood to parties about town the first of Hj...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 26 November 1896

3 i ft I Irt n i 1 1 hi Mi r t i i j u M 4 e IU 1 CI he khntme emocmt BUCCESSOK TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT 13 GOOD - J3ditob aPkop VALENTINE NEBRASKA J u ENDS IN A TRAGEDY HAYRACK PARTY HAS A TROUS CULMINATION The Worlds Wheat Conference -Nations May Unite to Makethe Great Cereal Stable in Price Five Children Burned to Death Frclic Ends in Tragedy Memphis Tenn A special from Bir mingham Ala says A party o a dozen young people who left Ensley City in a wagon for a Iniy rde had their merriment transformed into death and disaster be fore they had proceeded a mile on their journey Ten das ago new bridge wasr com pleted across Village Creek and while crossing this stream the structure gave way precipitating the wagon and its load of human lreight iifteen feet below into the water Not a person in the vehicle escaped uninjured The stringers of tiie bridge were too short and by constant jar ring they gradually worked off the sills The jar of the wagon caused them to fall letting th...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 26 November 1896

V V I h 7f J K BOW LIKE A THEATER hHE SENATE CHAMBER RE MODELED AND IMPROVED iHow the Antiquated Old Legislative Hall Has Peen Modernized Gallery Made Like a Balcony Ventilation Chairs for Senators and Spectators Many Electric Lights Washington correspondence I Hid1 III1 f I HE work of renew A 1 SSiSSsI 4 iL llli If ing the historic old Senate chamber which has been in progress is now complete and the accompanying pic tures show the new galleries and the pe culiar type of venti lating chairs with which they are fur nished The large picture gives a good idea of the improved appearance which lYgthe hall presents IP What was one of 11 U the most primitive and antiquated legislative chambers in the civilized world has been changed into perhaps the most modern one equipped with a multitude of devices and conve niences that are not only fully abreast of the day but considerably in advance of it Aged and white haired Senators like the venerable Morrill of Vermont who iias occupied a seat i...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 26 November 1896

Jt5 ft f - - i rf - 4 v jr r uajifljlljijHajtotiiLjzj6222 THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT tffrciwsoa to CHERRY JGlNTlMNCttENDOtf - BOBEBT GOOD Editor sndftAlher v - ty Xebrtoskfeu i0O Pfei Icttt in Advmw PUBtlUHEEVEkV THURSDAY Eattred at ttw Post ottce at Vateatine Cherry court Nebrajk asBecotedrfJw matter - ThispapeFwill belmaiied regularly to its subscriber until a definite order 5o discontinue is received and ati are paid ia full Advertising riles 56 Cents per irrbh Jper month Bates per column or far long tiara ads made tofown on appli cation to this office TKXJVBY NEMBElt 6 1896 Left aU be thankful rfce ifcWpprt Republican iiti main tains a dense tUence In regard- to the Brain matter -Only one -mere weik vt graci WMse The republican processionof mourn -era leaves Lincoln on January that their hopes would be dashed to 1897 and the democratic procession tarts from Washington on March Vik 1th ithe aspirants Edison- thinks that with the use of X raya he -will soon be able to cure blindness P...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 26 November 1896

U- 1 iy S r 1 n i X- K OFFICIAL DIRECTORY bTATE Governor Uctlteiiaat UQvtruor v ewenuy orsrace GVPtliriL VJaitinp tirothrcii are fraternally ptretit at the couucilsof the tribe J D Wiggins O of R BllaaATTolcbmb RotxitEJioor ttJoIa Ittfer enry iunmiiv nrm ji BJBart i icy KugMQfMoore C Rlisel ArthnrHrlmrchlll j3UptJunllcjbtruckJTrtr UeBrjBCorbett S lCHGere Uncolu L IfuruhtHD J M Halt 1 1 1 Holme T Mallalien iKLglUull 1 Omaha Alms rieroe Kearney Edgar - jCGRKSSIOKAL Sooitr V AlIcnVMadtom John M Tluiratoa ftittaba District Jee Kfltrode Lincoln ftfHid D H filercer Opiatei Third u JMoiWibn Fullertou Hoprtfrr K J Hal- m Aurora ltth Win K Andrew Haatiuga sjJxUiOtJtfauii Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval Cblef Justice Harniji8id Jolk aasiiate6 Htotate iKidlclal Jtfstrict M T Klukald OMcal V il Woelover Kushville - v i LEGISLATIVE BreAentFtivo fifty second Dlstrjtfc - Frank EottiKUlnerK IlKoi e Senator Fourteenth District Henry O Stew art Cravrfva - LAND OFFICE Glover LongpJne iiec...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 26 November 1896

I rstr 4 - zav f - it Made This Speculator Think Life Worth the Living TO A GAY TYPEWRITER GIRL ItBronjht Sweet Peace from Ont Lifes a Dizzy Whirl rC fn EORGE CALDWELL Brown of Gotham town the morn be fore Thanksgiving From sleep awoke so nearly broke life hardly seemed worth living Now this man Brown had been thrown down by Wall streets fluctuations To rise aaln seemed to him then beyond all calculations My race Is run Im auite undone Brown mased as he was dressing I never knew tnlngs quite so blue nor cred itors so pressing And then he took his pocketbook and count ed up his money The dollars four there were no more so few were they seemed funny It made him smile that little pile and then his blues departed For Brown had pluck believed m luck for othose not chicken hearted And to his breakfast gaily down went spec ulator George Caldwell Brown While he drank his coffee hot to his hand a note was brought And the writing on its cover made him turn It oer and oer When at last he broke...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 26 November 1896

Wv w7 te i IX 1 b rr Ears and nose ore all moce or less affected by catarrh The eyes become inflamed red and watery with dull aheavy pain between them there are roaring buzzing noises In the cars and uometlmeB the hearing w affected the nose is a nevere sufferer with ita constant uncomfortable discharge All these diBagreeable symp toms may be removed by the use of a Jv Sarsaparilla The Best In iict the One True Blood Purlfler HnrwrPc Dillc ur0 ausea indigestion t IOUU 2 iiSS blllmisnms ORpjnts Gladness Comes With a better understanding- of the transient nature of the many phys ical ills which vanish before proper ef forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed There is comfort in the lcnowledge that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actual dis ease but simply to a constipated condi tion of the system which the pleasant family laxative Syrup of Pigs prompt ly removes That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families and is everywhere esteemed so highly ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 26 November 1896

w m BO fTi f w rCold -with northerly and north Veiterly winds Blizzards will follow Prepare by buying your clothing boots -shoes etc at mwmm rQ4x stock in quantity and quality is mftlietllett There are no two sides to ifct Vacation of our prices Theyre Ue lowest on furnishing goods Just drop in and set for yourself Lots of goods constantly coming and going Tailoring cleaning and pressing SINARO MAW SHEET WlENTINE NORTHWESTERN LI VERY AND FEED STABLE HITT Kneeland Props Barn located on the east side df town First class rigs and carefuldrtvers Good accommodation for feed ing and stabling CM TONSORIAL MIST fialr cutting and shaving Shop in the W II Moses building HOT AND COLO BATHS Vaieatane O W MOHEY WATCHMAKER s JEWELER Diamond v WatcheaClocks -Jewelry Silverware Spectacles Musical Instruments Valentine aud JPebretsTtfi A Wonderful VKuvn Iwrattoadd my t9timony to the list of those that bave used -the Ightcing Churn -It does all tht is claimed for it you can -churn asily in one iminut...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 3 December 1896

1 LV L If l Kt K A r W J Allen -was in from SBtafciL propertyf Swm Tuesday HP IT Ih1 VOL XI THIS AND THAT Comltta Evcnta Junior Leajmo Entertainment Dec 4 DlstrlotConrt Doc7 Valentine Teachers Association Dec 12 K o P Danco Doc IS Christmas Dec 25 389 Juuaryl Cotinty Commissioners Jan 5 Walt for Christmas Fur Gotits at Stinards Court commences next week Jid you see the Camel at Stinards Jack Cronen was up from Simeon Tuesday Mens Arctics oae dollar per pair -at Stinards Did you meet Tom nd Jerry last Thursday Wra Coryell was up from Johns town yesterday One by one those who left Cherry county are returning Most people are now thankful Thanksgiving is over That laat anow storm spoiled skating on Minnechaduza lake Wcs Harden who has been jll with rtypboid fever is recovering Elmer Bristol of Crookston spent rSunday with his people here W G Ballard of Wood Lake was in town on business Tuesday Junior League entertainment at the M church tomorrow night F E Gillett of Ainsworth was in -to...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 3 December 1896

IM rl 4 Jfr r kd i 5j - Waknfine fammvnt SUCCESSOR TO CHEERY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editor PjoP VALENTINE i i n1 ml NEBRASKA LAND IN VENEZUELA 15000000 ACRES BRINGS UNDEf FORCED SALE S50 Part of the Land Is in tfee Disputed Territory French Socialist Deputy Pelted with Mud at Carmeaux Other Items of Interest Venezuelan Estate Sold New York The right and title of the estate of the jdonoa Company of Vene zuela nominally consisting of 15003000 acres of land on the Orinoco liiver was isold under order of -court in Brooklyn the other day for500 The property was given on concession to Ceriums Fitzgerald Sept 2 1883 -He formed a stock company and came to this country to lloat the shares Part of this land is in the dis puted territory and although it is said to abound with lakes mines and lumber forests it was with great difficulty that Fitzgerald sold even a few shares The company is m debtto the extent of 95000 and upon -an order of Judge Van Wyck of the supreme court the prop...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 3 December 1896

j0v - V v r 5 rP v irJ yYbiy UAAilfaif map orxfic States Alabama Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Idaho Illinois Vote for President in isnn McKinley Bryan Palmer Indiana 22311 Iowa 287192 Kansas 15S2G7 Kentucky 21S055 Louisiana 1SDG2 Maine S0421 Maryland 135978 Massachusetts 207787 Michigan 251100 Minnesota 193455 Mississippi 4S4 Missouri 304500 Montana 10 100 Nebraska 102KS 1 evada 1756 New Hampshire 57444 New Jersey 22187 New York 795271 North Caroliua 155222 Nbrth Dakota 23325 phio 5259S9 Oregon 49210 Pennsylvania 72S300 Rhode Island 30437 South Carolina 9043 South Dakota 45100 Tennessee 14S773 Texas 173 Co comp 154422 Utah 13401 Vermont 49450 Virginia 135301 Washington 39495 West Virginia 102000 Wisconsin 2G5G5G Wyoming 10073 A St Paul Minister Has Begun a Six- Xear Sentence Rev James C Hull who a few months ago was the popular pastor of one of the Methodist churches in St Paul now oc t 3S vvw jkr IlAva maraa c xri jV TOTED STATES ciation won fro...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 3 December 1896

i I M r y I tf uitKJV Trr Yhe valentine democrat RfcCCtSfiORTO CHERRY COimiY IHDEPEDEHT JEOBERT GOOD Suitor and BabSshsr Official Per of Cherry ty Nebraska tylGO Tear hi Advance PUBLISHED VEEY THUKSDA Entered at 1 ho Fobt offlce at Valenfcne Cherry county KcbrasKa as Secomfrfclass msttcr Thi paper will be mailed regularly to itetsubscribers until a definite order to -discontinue is received -sad all ar rears -are paid in full m Advertising rates -50 cents per inch perqiionth Bates percohiran or for long time ads made known on appli cation to this office TEUJ iSDAY BEG EMBElt 1896j - Walfc for the beet -sugar factory and while yvw are waiting 4work Thats what tunt8 work The 1 OelphosrOhio Herald Says that for the first time in -the history of the country r a busheV of corn will not buy fctSozenof eggs ry county needs a new court house is 0m3ha needs a new depot and that -means the extreme point of necessity The republicans are putting in tioe the old Mauery Whi it are we here for if ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 3 December 1896

C kr v mm OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE Covernor llas Uolcoin leutpnant Governor ltonert K Ioor u nr iioin loel A Finer not now Win UuMsaiul Bulkllngb cnrS iVIioroev Ktmenil Artlinr S lmrclnU vSut Fublic Instruction Henry KQirbeit 1 KP TM Holmes rieree Mallalieu Kearney Hull uagar COSOfcSSSIONAL Seimtorc Wm V Alien Madison John M jiTSS D H Mercer Onalta Third SD Melklejobii Fllertou Fourth b J Hai n Aurora Fifth Wm fc Andrews Haatiugs Sixth O SUsetn Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supresao Jonrt T L Norval Chief Justice ILirribOU aad Pqlk assoclates Fiiietutb imueiai UJsinct M P Klnkam OKrill W H Wetrtover Kushvlllc LEGISLATIVE BeSenenteUvo Fifty second District - Frank IlotuYcutuerKHgorc Senator Fourteenth District Ilenry G rt Crawford LAND OFFICE Jtatfstr C R Glover Longplue Receiver J AKikc2JewiKrt COUNTY Treasurer --G-T Crabb jlerkT Geo Elliott 8herlli - Ainos Strong cmWKCOU Ceunn auoniey Ed Clarke Count Superintendent LilliAlt Burvejor - a pu u ceronw vivAoVSi J M Duiiham aunimers i Sullivan PR...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 3 December 1896

r JOE BAKERS GAL HAT was the way she was re T ferred to in a general way Joe Bakers gal and there were plenty of soldiers teamsters and oth ers who did not know that her name was Mary Joe Baker was a hunter Indian fighter scout prospector and miner and he had a cabin and a home up in the Three Buttes of Idaho to the west of Fort HaiT Father and daughter were all alone he a man of 50 and she a girl under 20 We at the fort knew him well and we saw the girl quite often but no one knew Joe Baker well enough to question him about the past For reasons of his own be had taken up his abode beyond civ ilization and though the life was wild and lonely and full of danger the daughter seemed to prefer it A girl of about IS when I knew her slight blue eyes short curly hair a strong face dressed for climbing rid ing and walking and one who com manded both admiration and respect the moment you laid eyes on her she 3iad a handshake for officer and pri vate alike and to us and all others ttIio came ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 3 December 1896

t 1 r Vegetable Sicilian mm renewer Beautifies and restores Gray Hair to its original color and vitality prevents baldness cures itching and dandruff A fine hair dressing E P Hall Co Props Nashua 2 Ht Sold by all Druggists tthif1rwGkMX Apple Bnttcr Liiko Grandmothers The first tiling to do is to secure sonic good sweet cider apple cider and boil it half away This should be done the day before you expect to begin with the apples I use a porcelain lined ket tle that holds five gallons Boil it half away and let it remain in the kettle over night on the back of the stove Xhe advantage of this is it is warm and will begin cooking earlier As soon as jossible the next morning I begin and prepare the apples as for sauce and put into the eider nil it will hold Fill the pot full to the top and as itrcooks soft keep putting in more apples to keep the kettle full until it is quite thick and let cook slowly and stir very often as It will burn very readily if it is over too hot a fire It needs to...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 3 December 1896

Li vr M r J S K i V ri s t f L k mi T Liu IUI I i 0mmmimMi DENIM nmwss cet full oartluulars City DIh Washer Co fit Louis K 3o III VHilnfrirtH AND TAPESTRY DRAPINGS HOLIPAV ASSORTMENT fPPO HANDKERCHIEFS WEATHER REPORT rOR TOCtOBeR NOVEMBER AH DECEMBER Cold- tfith northerly and north westerly Vinds Blizzards will follow Prepare by bymg your clothing boots shoes etc at simmm Our efcock in -quantity raid quality is unexcelled Thereareno two sideeto the quoation of our prices Theyre the lowest on furnishing goods Just drop in and see for yourself Lots of goods constantly -coming and igoing Tflonog cleaning andjpresslng Q m gTJNARD SILK AND LINEN VALENTINE C M SAGESEE TONSOAIAL ARTIST Satr cutting and shaving Shop in the W H Moses building HOT AND GOLD BATHS Valentine Nebr Tjry it and See Wbateyer may be said about the publications of Rev lr1 R Hicks by those who -do not fully understand the facts there is no denying the truth that his paper and Almanac have come to stay His splendid jour...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 December 1896

I I h Ir 1 te1 ft r i r in u x IT 1 i Z rf r or - V - 4 THE VOL XI THIS AND THAT Comina Evete Valentine ToadiprjABSOciatfon Dec 12 K rf P Dance Dec 16 Christmas Doc 25 7 January l County Cominlsloners Jan 5 Fur Coats at Stinardc K of P dance next week Did you see the Camel at Stinards Mtna Arctic one dollar per pair at SLmarda Prof Ted Ormesher was in town -Saturday J R Fee camedown from Crooks ton yesterday J Greve of Dodge Nebr was in -town Tuesday Pearl Porter came up from Wood Lake Tuesday -The party of hunters last Sunday caught four jack rabbits Dave Hanna and W G Ballard are up from Wood Lake today C C Parker ex sheriff is down from Lavaca on court business John Ilaeber was up from Kennedy on business the first of the week Jas M Ash was up from Ains worth on court business Monday Prof Daniel Adamson of Kennedy called on The Democrat Tuesday 10000 envelopes just received b The Democrat Get a supply print ed Miss Edith M Stark has closed her school in the Harmony district for t...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 December 1896

fe 41 ht dientim tmaimi SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editok a Prop VALENTINE The NEBRASKA THE SCHEME FAILED AN ALLEGED PLAN OF LONDON SPECULATORS to Corner he Election Re turns and Thus Hoped to Heap Great Benefits from the Effect It Would Have Upon the Markets The Scheme that Failed Cieveiaxi A story of an audacious scheme on the part of a syndicate on Lon don speculators tooontrol all the European cable offices on the night of the United Statcs presidential election is printed here on authority of -a high character The plan is said to have been to secure the issu ance of a report from the European cable offices to the effect that Bryan was elected which it was believed would send the stock market rapidty tumbling It is alleged the schemers thought then to buy everything an sight and realize fabulous sums after the public had received the correct news and the reaction setin They -believed 5000 000 could be made if the scheme was worked Fifty thousand dolla...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 December 1896

t LU r l iU u I n K w B1 H ri S i i i i TOEEFOEMCDEEENCr INDIANAPOLIS CONFERENCE IS SUES A CALL lectins of Board of Trade Represent ntLvcs in the Hooaier Capital Take Action Upon the Question of Hold ins a Convention Monetary Convention The preliminary conference in Indian apolis of representatives of the leading commercial bodies of the Middle Western States issued a call for a general con vention of commercial bodies of the Uni ted States to be held in that city Jan 5 to consider the reform of the currency and banking laws The vote by which it was decided to call the convention was unanimous Chicago and Indianapolis were the only cities suggested for the convention In view of the fact that the call for the preliminary conference had gone out from Indianapolis it was decided to take the general convention there The detailed work of preparing the call and fixing the basis of representation was left to a committee composed of one delegate from each city represented in the con ference...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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